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Letters of transmittal function like the cover letter you attach to a resume. Suppose you're submitting a grant proposal, a formal complaint or a report as to why sales dropped during the fourth quarter. Rather than send the document cold, you attach a letter of transmittal. The letter puts the document in context.
If your boss told you to write a report, then deliver it back to him, you don't need a letter of transmittal. Your boss is already in the loop. A letter of transmittal is mostly used when you're communicating with people outside of your organization, even if they're aware that you're working on the report. It's particularly useful when the accompanying document contains surprises:
Even if there are no surprises, you should provide enough background that the recipient knows why they're getting the document.
Dear Mr. Smith:
As we agreed last year, here's a report on the potential for opening a new corporate branch in Florida. The analyst's conclusion is that South Florida is a promising new market.
Dear Ms. Jefferson:
I'm submitting a grant proposal in support of a research program on the Advantages to Using Seawater as a Power Source. I request funding in the amount of $177,600.
Use standard business format for the letter. In most instances, the letter of transmittal is only a brief introduction to the document, and is much less important. It should be short, and only one page, or perhaps, two pages. It's not a part of the report, so you don't need to avoid writing "I," which most formal reports frown upon. If anyone deserves a share of the credit, mention that person by name. You should also thank the person who is receiving the report. The letter should include your contact information, as would any business letter. A lot of writers tell the recipient to contact them if they have any questions.
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Annual Report Home | Letter of transmittal I am pleased to submit the Annual Report of the Department of Finance and Deregulation for the year ended
Memo of Transmittal
Follow memo format
Subject: Memo of Transmittal for ....
A MEMO (or letter) of transmittal acts to
Note: Use a letter of transmittal if you are not a regular employee of the organization.
The transmittal document is the first document in the report package, so, for the reader, it is an important first glimpse of the report. It should be addressed to the individuals or groups to whom the report is addressed.
Memos or letters of transmittal are typically written in an informal style, even when the report itself is more formal. The most important functions of the transmittal document are to
(center the page number at the bottom of the page; use a lower-case Roman numeral)
The Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP
Minister for Jobs, Industrial Relations and Women
Canberra ACT 2600
Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
Minister for Small and Family Business, Skills and Vocational Education
Canberra ACT 2600
It is my pleasure to submit to you the Annual Report of the Department of Jobs and Small Business for the year ended 30 June 2018.
This report has been prepared in accordance with section 46 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act). This requires me as the accountable authority to prepare an annual report on the entity’s activities over the reporting period for you to present to Parliament.
In addition, as the accountable authority, I am confident the department’s audited financial statements included in this report satisfy the requirements of Section 42 of the PGPA Act. The annual performance statement in Part 2 of this report is prepared in accordance with section 39 of the PGPA Act and accurately presents the department’s performance for the 2017–18 financial year.
As required by section 10 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule 2014, I certify that the department has:
This report presents the results of the 2017–18 financial year and does not reflect the Administrative Arrangements announced on 28 August 2018. These changes will be discussed in the department's 2018–19 Annual Report.
13 September 2018
GPO Box 9880, Canberra ACT 2601 | Phone 13 33 97 | www.jobs.gov.au | ABN 542 012 184 74
Make your transmittal letter as clear and neat as possible. Letters of transmittal provide the opportunity to remind a reader of a report title and to highlight.
A transmittal letter is a brief business letter sent along with another type of communication, such as a longer document like a proposal, a response to an inquiry or a payment. It provides a way to let the recipient understands what is being sent, why they received it and who it is from.
If you need to write a transmittal letter to accompany something you are sending to a recipient, use one of the sample letters provided here as a starting point. Simply click the image that best meets your needs and a customizable document will open as a PDF file.Related Articles
All you'll need to do is click and replace the text in the sample document with information specific to your situation. See this guide to Adobe printables if you need help accessing the documents.
Decide whether to use the brief letter or the longer, three-paragraph letter based on your objective.
No matter which sample letter you choose, include your contact information so the recipient will know how to communicate with you if necessary. Additionally:
The whole point of using a transmittal letter is to ensure that the person who receives what you are sending isn't left looking at something they receive in an envelope or package and wondering why it was sent to them, what they are supposed to do with it and where it came from. By taking a few minutes to create a transmittal letter, you can help avoid this kind of confusion.
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. To the Governor and Members of Selections from the Twenty-Fifth Biennial Report – Page 1 of 8. DEPARTMENT OF.